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Pomfret School
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Pomfret School
Pomfret School
398 Pomfret Street
Pomfret, CT 06258
From Hartford and east: I-84 East to Exit 69. At end of ramp, turn right onto Route 74. Follow Route 74 for 7.4 miles to "T" intersection with  Route 44. Turn left onto Route 44 and follow for 13.2 miles. School is  on the left.

From eastern Massachusetts:Mass. Pike to Auburn, Exit 11. Follow Route  395 south to Exit 97, Route 44 east/west.At end of ramp, turn right onto Route 44 west. Travel through town of Putnam remaining on Route 44 to  the town of Pomfret, approximately 5 miles west. The school is on the  right.

From Providence and southeastern Massachusetts: Follow Route 195 east  from Providence to Route 6 east in Johnston, RI. Remain on Route 6 east  and bear right onto Route 101 at the 6/101 split. Follow Route 101 over  the state line and through Dayville, CT (under I-395 in Dayville).  Remain on Route 101 to junction with Route 169. Turn right (north). The  school is 2 miles north on Route 169-44, on the left.

From the south: Follow I-395 north to Exit 93. At end of ramp turn left  onto Route 101 west. Follow Route 101 west to junction with Route 169.  Turn right (north). The school is 2 miles north on Route 169-44 on the  left.

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Win 47-34

     Senior co-captain Lucas Yash '20 scored a game-high 19 points and Ryan Martin '20 played his best game of the season as Marianapolis, with heavy hearts, delivered a gutsy effort with a 47-34 road win against Pomfret School.

     Martin, displaying a decisiveness and playing within himself, had 12 points and a number of key rebounds to get the Golden Knights going in the first half.  Yash led the way with 13 in the first half as Marianapolis got to the break with a 29-16 advantage.

     Pomfret School made a number of small runs in the second half, but outstanding defense and excellent ballhandling by Danny Moors '20 helped to stem the tide at each important moment.  Connor Murray '20, Elan Johnson '23, Ethan Gosper '20, Patrick Sabourin '20, Jon Reardon '20, and Joe Du '21 all got into the scorebook for the Golden Knights (4-1), who bounced back from a dreadful performance at the free throw line in their previous game to knock down a respectable 60% (12 of 20) against Pomfret.

     Marianapolis is allowing 36.6 points per game over the first five games of the season (1.14 pts per minute), which is ridiculously low and speaks to the cohesive team effort within their trademark 2-3 zone.

     The squad tips off against Northfield Mount Hermon on Saturday, January 25th in a very difficult road test.